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Why I Quit Nun To Become A Porn Star After 8 Years At Convent – Yudi Pineda

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Why I Quit Nun To Become A Porn Star After 8 Years At Convent - Yudi Pineda

A Colombian woman quit her religious ambition to become a professional porn star after spending close to decade in a convent learning how to be a nun. Yudi Pineda, on quitting, went into making adult movies.

Speaking to local press, Yudi explained how she was at first drawn to the church at a younger age.

“I went to Uraba and I was at school when nuns came to visit us, and I knew then that I wanted to do that.” So, at the age of 10, she joined a convent and spent the next 8 years in training as a nun.

She says she was initially very happy there, but as she got older she ‘fell in love’ with her religious teacher, and had to quit the convent and find a job elsewhere.

Yudi found employment in Medellín, working for Nestlé. However, her meeting with Juan Bustos, a recruiter for adult webcam models, made her to think of this new career in adult videos.

She went along to a casting call and was hired instantly. She remarked, “At first I was feeling bad, but now I am fine with it. I also feel good when I go to church. I never miss Friday prayers, Saturday meetings or Sunday mass.”

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COVID-19 Third Wave: Biden Reveals Plan To Impose Fresh Restrictions

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US President Joe Biden said “in all probability” new guidelines or restrictions would be imposed in the United States in response to a resurgence of Covid-19 cases.

Asked if Americans should expect new recommendations from health authorities or new restrictive measures, the president responded, “in all probability,” before leaving the White House by helicopter for the weekend.

He did not specify what steps could be taken.

US federal authorities, local officials and businesses have boosted health protocols in recent days in the face of surging cases spurred by the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant.

Biden added, however, that the country had had “a good day” on Thursday in terms of vaccinations.

“Almost a million people got vaccinated,” he said, as his administration works to revive a sluggish inoculation campaign.

“I am hopeful people are beginning to realize how essential it is.”

US health authorities this week recommended that even vaccinated Americans again wear masks indoors in areas with high infection rates.

The federal government has also tightened health regulations for its millions of employees, who must now either be vaccinated or wear masks and be tested regularly, even in areas with low case numbers.

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US Maintains Entry Restrictions Due To Rising Delta COVID-19 Cases

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The United States said Monday it would maintain restrictions on international travel into the country, sidestepping European pressure, as cases rise of the Covid-19 Delta variant.

“We will maintain existing travel restrictions at this point,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters.

“The more transmissible Delta variant is spreading both here and abroad,” she said.

She said the trend of rising cases appeared likely to continue “in the weeks ahead,” although she repeated that it mostly affected unvaccinated people.

The United States has restricted travel from the European Union, Britain, China and Iran for more than a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, later adding other countries including Brazil and India.

The European Union in June opened up to travelers from the United States, typically requiring proof of vaccination or negative tests, under pressure from tourism-dependent nations such as Greece, Spain and Italy that feared another troubled year.

EU leaders have asked the United States to show reciprocity and President Joe Biden on July 15 said he would have an answer on the issue “within the next several days” after appeals by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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Pope Hopes Olympic Games Will Be ‘Sign Of Hope’ In Pandemic

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Pope Francis said Sunday he hopes the Tokyo Olympics, which opened Friday, will be a sign of hope and “universal brotherhood” during the coronavirus pandemic raging around the world.

“In this period of pandemic, let these games be a sign of hope, a sign of universal brotherhood and of a healthy competitive spirit,” the pontiff said at the end of the Angelus prayer.

“May God bless the organizers, the athletes and all those who are collaborating for this great celebration of sport,” he told faithful gathered on Saint Peter’s Square.

The Games opened officially on Friday in a nearly empty stadium after being postponed for a year because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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